Are you tired of writing wire up code, based on events in WPF or Silverlight, like storyboard1.Begin() on a mouse click event? Join
, Microsoft Silverlight MVP as he dazzles you in the new drag and drop functionalty of Silverlight behaviors in
Expression Blend 3
. This should save quite a bit of time and provide a great re-usable model for event handlers in WPF or Silverlight development.
What is it? Behaviors allow you to attach functionality to visual elements to make them behave a certain way, such as drag and drop or physics.
Example Problem(s) it solves
adds extra functionality to xaml elements
easily attach behaviors to elements with no code
Installation Notes: Behaviors require free Blend 3 SDK for Silverlight and WPF, installed with Blend 3, is available separately.
Usage Notes: Expression Community Home:
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